fuddy-duddy


fud·dy–dud·dy

noun \ˈfə-dē-ˌdə-dē\

: a person with old-fashioned or conservative ideas and attitudes

plural fud·dy–dud·dies

Full Definition of FUDDY-DUDDY

:  one that is old-fashioned, unimaginative, or conservative
fuddy–duddy adjective

Origin of FUDDY-DUDDY

origin unknown
First Known Use: circa 1904

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